Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1937

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JOKES Mr. Leftwich drove up to his garage, looked inside, and blinked. Then he leaped back into the car and drove to the police station. "Sergeant," he gasped, "my garage is empty. My car's been stolen." 35 25 75 Pat Brower-"Girls don't interest me. I think we men get along better by ourselves? D. C. Nolan-"Shake I'm broke, too." Humor is the eudemonological pessimism which includes within itself a teleological evolutionary optimism, which may cause a realistic, radical, and universal reconciliation to appear as possible. 3? 3? 9? Mary Ann Utley Qin music shopj-"I Want a ukele string." Salesman-"Wanna steel one?,' Mary Ann-"Oh, no. I'll buy itf' 51- 2? :P Mrs. Horn - "What was Columbus' motto?" Ruth Pollock-"More miles on the gal- leon." 75 55 9? Tramp-"Pardon me, gentle sir, but have you glimpsed an oiiicer of the law about?" Chester McKay-"No, my friend." Tramp-"Then gimme yer walletf' Fl- 2? Yr Miss Cooper-l'What happened in 1483?" Mary Io Moore-"Luther was born.', Miss Cooper-"Quite right. And what happened in 1487?,' Mary I0 Qafter a long pause,--"Luther was four years old." :r k if Ed. B. Rmue-"Doctor's here, sir." Captain Mann-"I can't see him. Tell him I'm sick." :P 2? 4 Chad Sneed-"Where is the sponge I asked you to buy at the store?" Margaret Wiskochil-"I couldn't find a good one. They all had holes in them? Coach-"You're great. The way you hammer the line, dodge, tackle your man, or worm through your opponents is marvelousf' Ray Nihlo-"I guess it all comes from my early training, sir. You see, my mother used to take me shopping with her on bargain days." 9? DE :E Garage man-"Check your tires, madam?" Nancy Peebles-"No, nog I'll take them along. Roy Thrash-"How do you get down from an elephant?,' Frances Darnell-"You don't. Down grows on geese." Andrew Iensen-"Let's eat heref' Gladys johnson-"No, let's eat up the street." Andrew-"No, I l'xaven't a concrete stomach." i? 95 55' Clinton Hamilton-"What time do you expect me over Katherine Hard Qcoldlyj-'Tm not ex- pecting you at all." Clinton-"Then I'l1 surprise you." 2? 25 it Dv Evelyn Honeycutt-"What model is your car?" "Duke, Watson-"It's not a modelg it's a horrible example." Iirn Brower-"Say something soft and sweet to me, dear." Sybil Roan--"Custard Pie." ii 9? 2' Hotel Clerk-"Have you got a reserva- tion?" Reba Heiskell-"What do you think I am, a Squaw?" F5 7? 214 james Christe-"Guess my pen will have to go on itching." foe Weaver-"Why?" james-"I'm out of scratch paper." 25 29 2? Bill Miller- , "Thirty days have September April, june, and Kentucky, All the rest have 31 Except Dallas, and it Had the Centennial." re F5 2? Charles Shackelford- "I hate my woolen underwear It makes me fairly boil It itches here, it itches there But when I scratch me anywhere, That ain't the place at all." PageOne Hundred Thirty-Four

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Compliments 5- of , Texas- Rosewin-Midway I Theatres Q? In sincere appreciation of the patronage and friendship of the entire student body and faculty of the Dallas High Schools for the past fourteen years American Beauty Cover Co. H 2000-08 Orange Street . THE COVER ON TI-IIS BOOK WAS PRODUCED IN THIS PLANT 0 R. o. T. c. HEADQUARTERS RIDING 1 OUTDOOR y EQUIPMENT H rf' I ,Y CLOTHING l DALLAS' ONLY MILITARY STORE 1603 ELM l 6 Oak Cliffs Complete Marfs Store The Oak Advertise rs The advertisers in this section of the Oak if have contributed their support toward mak- if f' f A - f Q 'N ing the annual a success. They have shown A smart , , , clothes I f I their Willingness to support the student body fUl'lI1l2ll in their undertaking and deserve the un- divided patronage of the students. II Medical Dental Building I THE ADVERTISING MANAGER- MALLORY HATS . . . HICKOK BELTS INTERWOVEN SOCKS I E, , , L, lA L L Page One Hundred Thirty-Five

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